jawall, 30 May 2010Congratulations , please tell us from where you Bought it & how much its price . What abo... moreI bought it from Delhi... costed me 14,800 nice deal.... has tons of apps... battery was just fine was using it continuously and it lasted almost 2 days... the phone is tooo good
I am really interested on buying this phone. My main concern is on it lacks of keypad. That is why i am waiting for the x10 mini pro. GSMarena please review this phone and the mini pro. Is there any difference between the release version with the one that ws previewed?
This is calling himself "mini", 16 mm thin.. ehmm thickness. My SE P1i was 17 mm (now I hv a 11,5 thin phone) diff between X10 mini and P1i are only the OS, capasitive screen and a faster processor, otherwise -almost- same size in dimensions of both body and screen (even resolution).
i have a pink one that also has a black backing aswell and it is a really nice pink although a big price for a little phone it is so worth it
i got a x10 mini last friday i love it and think that it will go far in selling it is easy and simple to use if anyone is looking to buy one network comms are selling them for 349 and on prepaid
Anonymous, 30 May 2010Bought the phone..... its too good soooo small and so fast touch screen is very responsive....... moreCongratulations , please tell us from where you Bought it & how much its price .
What about the battery life ?
Bought the phone..... its too good soooo small and so fast touch screen is very responsive.... just loving the xperia x10 mini
Having now added a t-mobile pulse mini to my collection, I have noticed the lack of support for apps to work on a 240x320 display correctly. Will it not be a good idea if we are going to have mini android phones apps are made with multiscreen support like with java apps? I think too that 240x320 is too low res on the browser, even giving SE make fantastic screens.
yash, 28 May 2010will it be upgrade ti 2.1 0r 2.2
it will be updated to 2.1 in q4 or early than tht scheduled at q4
dont know about 2.2
The price is pretty ok. Not attractive but its ok. Considering you get three more back covers with different colors its a pretty neat handset. The camera seems to take good photos for its type and the phone is surprisingly fast.
available in india.. at poorvika stores chennia for 14990.. well i guess shld reduce further coz this was the price on their website.. gr8 phone, looks marvellous.. i'll wait for the price to drop further before i go for ths 1, n will surely wait to know if the OS can b updated.. android 1.6 is lik so yesterday..
cann't wait for review now that its out.
I hope they review it with retail version.
In summary :
- Great UI (feels like IPod)
- No landscape on most apps (current only sees working on the picture album)
- Only has keypad input, no qwerty keyboard
- Very clutter on the web browser
- Good speaker
- Quite responsive
- Very fat
- Battery cannot be replace by you/embedded
- GPS locator is fast enough
Note : If the apps using relative sizes, it will fit in here.
i'm still waiting here in the Philippines for this phone...:(
pls...SE,,release this one!
A reason I can think of it being sell good is battery life, small size and Andriod. While I am not fan of Andriod yet but I can clearly see its integrition process with Google services.
With good big Andriod tablets and handsets rolling out with less battery life, people are forced to carry a backup handset with them for let say making calls or simple texting and for these type of people, this can bring real charm because they can utilize most of Andriod's power on the go easily.